Carlos Zambrano left Thursday’s game in the second inning with lower back soreness.
“I believe it’s important to make a difference in a child’s life.” – Kerry Wood
“The bantering that goes on about how many people will be out of here is foolish.” – Jim Hendry
There are many reasons to explain the Cubs’ 32-47 record. The main reason in this lost season is the Cubs’ starting pitching.
Despite losing the series to the White Sox, the Cubs are playing much better baseball as a team.
The Cubs sat through a one hour and 54 minute rain delay before losing game two of the Crosstown Classic 3-2.
The story before the game was how would Carlos Zambrano react to his welcome at U.S. Cellular Field. Turns out, it wasn’t a problem at all.
The Cubs hadn’t won a series since the end of May when the Mets were at Wrigley. The pitching duel turned out to be a slugfest as the Cubs took three of four from Milwaukee.
With Carlos Zambrano on the mound, the Cubs fail once again to win three games in a row as they fall to Milwaukee 9-5.
On a wet and gloomy Wednesday afternoon, Tom Ricketts, the Chairman of the Chicago Cubs, met with the media.
“We won today. If we win tomorrow, that’s two in a row. If we win the next day, that’s called a winning streak. It has happened before.” – Lou Brown, ‘Major League’
The Cubs lose 3-1 to Houston and leave Wrigley after their 3-6 homestand.
Carlos Marmol gave up six runs in the ninth inning as the Cubs lost their second consecutive game to last-place Houston.
Adam Dunn’s struggles at the beginning of the season were chalked up the slugger being unfamiliar with American League pitching and the adjustment to being a full-time designed hitter.
Cubs lose opener 4-2 as Soriano goes deep late, but offense falls short.
Cubs win 9-3 and take the series from the Mets behind Z’s pitching and bat.
Cubs lose in a rain shortened game 7-4. After a 41 minute rain delay, the game was called in the top of the 7th.
Cubs win 11-1 to open homestand against the New York Mets.
The Cubs begin a 9 day 9 game homestand tonight against the New York Mets. Chicago is 10-1 against the N.L. East dating back to August of 2010. Chicago will welcome division rivals, Pittsburgh and […]
I had the absolute pleasure of spending three nights in Boston last week. It is easily one of my favorite places in the country. The people are incredibly kind and the pubs are plentiful.